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Old 09-13-2015, 03:20 PM   #1
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MotoAmerica: New Jersey Superbike/Superstock 1000 Race One Results

r1 hayes 2?itok6 XbMTSf Earlier today at New Jersey Motorsports Park, Yamaha unveiled its 60th Anniversary yellow-and-black racing livery. Josh Hayes would go on to win the first Superbike race of the day, with Cameron Beaubier second.

Position Rider ads1 Josh Hayes Superbike2 Cameron Beaubier Superbike3 Roger Hayden Superbike4 Jake Gagne Superstock 10005 Kyle Wyman Superstock 10006 Joshua Day Superstock 10007 Taylor Knapp Superstock 10008 Danny Eslick Superstock 10009 Shane Narbonne Superstock 100010 Geoff May Superbike11 Steve Rapp Superstock 100012 Mark Heckles Superstock 100013 Chris Ulrich Superbike14 Elena Myers Superbike15 Jordan Szoke Superstock 100016 Frankie Babuska Superstock 100017 Anthony Kosinski Superstock 100018 Tyler O'Hara Superstock 100019 Chris Fillmore Superbike20 Josh Chisum Superstock 100021 Barrett Long Superstock 100022 Walt Sipp Superstock 100023 Jeremy Cook Superstock 100024 Jake Lews SuperbikeThe first Superbike/ Superstock 1000 race was red flagged twice due to intermittent rainfall and eventually cut short. Hayden lead early in each portion of the race, but was eventually relegated to third. After that, Hayes and Beaubier traded the lead, with Hayes very clearly not wanting to let Beaubier to get out front and open up a gap.

Beaubier needs to finish third or better in the second race to win the first MotoAmerica Superbike title.

With his win in the Superstock 1000 class in race one, Jake Gagne claimed the first-ever MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 title.

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